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Alternative TitleThe Mechanism of Deveopmental Dyslexia:From Behavior to Genetics
王久菊; 毕鸿燕; 卫垌圻; 翁旭初
Abstract发展性阅读障碍(developmental dyslexia,DD)是一种特殊的学习障碍,探索DD的产生机制有助于寻求DD儿童的鉴别和治疗方法.目前拼音文字国家对DD的产生机制研究很多,结果也很丰富,但是很多观点还不一致.汉语DD研究起步较晚,各方面还不够深入和完善.简述了DD在认知、脑神经和基因方面的研究进展,对拼音文字DD与汉语DD的研究结果进行了对比,以揭示不同语言文字系统下DD者的认知神经差异.研究认为,应该大力加强对汉语DD的探究,这样不但为中国DD儿童的诊治提供理论基础,也可以为DD的语种特异性问题提供科学依据.
Other AbstractDevelopmental dyslexia (DD) is a specific learning disability. Exploring the mechanism of DD is of great assistance in developing the technique for diagnosis and therapy. There is a battery of researches about DD in west countries using alphabetic language as their mother tongue, though some opinions have not been widely accepted. The studies about Chinese DD are limited because it started relatively later. The authors review the advances of DD researches at three levels of behavior, neuron and genetics, su...
Keyword发展性阅读障碍(DD) 行为研究 事件相关电位(ERP)研究 功能核磁共振成像(fMRI)研究 遗传研究
Subject Area心理语言学
Source Publication生物化学与生物物理进展
Indexed ByCSCD
Funding Project国家自然科学基金资助项目(30770726,30425008)~~
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Corresponding Author毕鸿燕
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王久菊,毕鸿燕,卫垌圻,等. 发展性阅读障碍的产生机制——从行为到遗传研究[J]. 生物化学与生物物理进展,2008,35(7):729-734.
APA 王久菊,毕鸿燕,卫垌圻,&翁旭初.(2008).发展性阅读障碍的产生机制——从行为到遗传研究.生物化学与生物物理进展,35(7),729-734.
MLA 王久菊,et al."发展性阅读障碍的产生机制——从行为到遗传研究".生物化学与生物物理进展 35.7(2008):729-734.
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